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Tills DURHAM DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.
llJIORTHNCr PEOPLE If if can tako Simmon? Liver Regulator without loss of time or dan ger .from exposure. It. takes the place of a doctor and costly prescriptions and is therefore the medi cine to be kept in the household to he given upon any indication of approach ing eickness. It contains no dangerous ingredients hut is purely vegetable, gentle yet thorough in its action, and can be given with safety and the most satisfactory results to any person regardless af age. It has no equal. Try it. RAILWAY TIME CAEd" Arrives Duiliiiii. : liTa 7ii 4 :;" it ru y x u in 12 -X p m 7 (M) in It) -i-') it Ml 12 02 a m A rri ves Ourlmm. f 4") p in 5 ().") a in K. Hi li. K. K. l"'I')t. loot '(jrconi n .t. jii-rht Kx. lor (ircfns. Nijzht K.v. lor ;lJs. I'iissi ner liom Jtiik-i'h J'a.ssen'cer lor Jtak-iii K.v jjivs.s lor (ioMsboro K. press lor (i reensboru 1't. unl J'ass. tor Selma l't. aixl I'ass. lor (ireens Leaves Durham. a in ;j 40 a m 5 .")." jm 12 : i yi '. U." i ru 11 20 a m 12 4" rn Loaves Durham. ! O. V K. K. I Pepot, foot Corcor.m St. Express lor Uielimoud '.) 'M a m Impress 1 roiti Klt-iiiuor.tf ; Ft. art'l 1'a.ss. for lfieh. j 7 15 p in Ft. and l'a.-:s. l'roin Itich. Arrives J 1 1 chain. I J). tV IN. ifc.lt Depot, loot Coivoran St. Leaves Durham. 1'J ;") am ") ;:) p ni Ma it and K. press 4 30 p m Mail and Fx press Freight and Ji-sender !l :SI) :t in Freight and Passenger Durham. I Depot, loot Diilaid St. fr" am I Mail lioin r,vnehl)iuvr iM)") p m I Ft. ai.d I'.i. s. l .-om FV L'-a es Iu riiam. -i :o j) m t; 00 a in PLASTICO ! For nicest and best USE PLASTICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hani ware and Stovo Store. Sole Ajfcnt tor Flnslk-o for Durham. THE BEST IN TE WORLD! BLACKWEIP BULL DURHAM SM0K1HG TOBACCO. GtT THE GENUINE KOXE GKXUIXE AVI Tiki "L'T THE Trade-Mark of the Bull on Each Package, Situated in the immediate Section of Coun Iry that produces a grade of Tobacco, that ir texture, flavor and quality is not grown else where in the world, and being in position tc command the choice of all offerings upon thi market, we spare no pains nor evrense to uivi the trade THE VERY BEST. HOTEL CLAIBO DURHAM, N. C. Under Nsw Manaaement. W. H. BILLINGS, Prop, and M'n'gr. RATES, 2.00 PER DAYL WANTED ! Cross-ries wanted for Dur ham Dolt Railroad. Address, L. I. FAIVXFIallJ, Box 23, Durham. WRIGHT & mERRICK, mm m hair dressers, Keep a First-Class Establishment, And do the very best work. SHARP SCISSORS and KEEN RAZORS IN THE HANDS OK Careful and Experienced Barbery Are their guarantee of satisfaction to every customer. Rooms on Main Street. IN LOVERS' WALK. In Lcm-13 Y;i!k the wiml i- vihl; To rilit jwkI K ft h; I-avcs are piled. Or writhe amid the br.i r,r -Ins bare, Or r-'i'i the runways of the hare, Vet here the sweet June days have smiled. With wonders then the woods were aisled; Tho freshest rose and airs most mild Were found by those who wandered there In Intrs1 Walk. F-r a!! tbo-e hearts unreconciled That were with whimpered words beguiled When larks were reeling in the air. And fcccnts were blown from everywhere. The wind is sobbing like a child In Iiovera' Walk. Hester Middleton Symcs. All lie Could Ent for Ten Cents. A youn Bo.tomun vi.sitiiig this city, and who thought himself very smart, was easily sold by an old "gag." Pre tending to be something of an epicure, lie was praising the sea products found near tho Hub, whj;n a Philadelphia law yer remarked: "But you should eat om oysters. They would knock you sjlly. Why, I can give you all the Philadelphia oysters you can eat for ten cents!" The Bostonian le t fifty dollars on his reputation as an oyster eater. So one evening, after a period of semi -starvation to fit himself for the contest, he and the lawyer went to a well known oyster sa loon not far from Broad and Chestnut streets. The lawyer threw a dime on the counter, and told the oystennan tc go ahead. Ten oysters were opened and rapidly consumed by the Bostonian. His mouth watered for more, but the lawyei declined to order them, claiming he had won the fifty dollars. A storm of re proaches greeted him, in the midst of which he calmly remarked: "2Iy deal boy, have you not had all the oysters you can eat for ten cents? Ask the man. He won't give 3ou any more for the money." 'hiladelphia Record. Women and Age. I just wonder what makes some wom en so mean to other women about tbe question of age. 1 wa.s at a reception the other afternoon not a man in sight goodness! wasn't it dull, and one girl said to a7iother: "How old do you think Alias II is? "She will never see thirty," said Ihc one questioned. "1 knew her ten years ago. and she was out in society then." "She makes herself up cleverly," said tho first speaker, and just then Miss II walked up. You may never be lieve it, but she went straight to tho one who was inquiring about her age and who poses as a debutante, and asked hei if she remembered when the cholera was here, it "was positively awful. . Then they gave each other the sweet smile oi mortal hatred, and pa-sod on to new victims. It is so foolish to try to dispute with time. I would never do it, but all the same it is very ill bred in people always hinting about how old you are when you are still in j-our teens. Detroit Free Press. Smoke Ulo.ssoms. "Did you ever see a smoke blossom?" asked an old smoker. "Well, the way tc make them is this: Blow a ring in a still atmosphere and then watch it. The smoke making the ring revolves toward the center as you look toward it. While it is floating away a part of the ring shoots slowly away from the rest, form ing a loop. When the two sides of this loop comes almost together the loop seems to burst at its apex, and a lily shaxed blossom appears there. Some times this blossom will break up intc other smaller loops and they will pro duce smaller smoke blossoms as did the larger one. I can't account for it, but a smoke ring invariably bears these queei blossoms." New York Sun. A Vegetable liui(juet. While I stood in a Sixth avenue drug store the other evening an old man, poorly clad, entered and bought a bottle of perfumer, which he sprinkled over a bed of what looked like cut flowers in a tray he carried upon his arm. , lie asked me to buy a bunch. "Only five cents," he said. Aly bouquet con sisted of three roses. The white rose was a turnip, delicately carved; the jel low rose was made from a carrot and the red one from a beet. The old man's skill in duplicating flowers in vegetables was certainly ad mirable and the perfumed spray made the illusion complete. New York Her ald. Knew What Was Coming. Mr. Tiptop As you are a fluent lin guist you would probably enjoy the French corned' by the French company at the theater. Will you accept me aa an escort? Miss Westend Er 1 am not feeling very well this afternoon. You under stand French, I suppose, Mr. Tiptop? "Dear me, no. I don't know a word of it." "Oh! Thank yon, Mr. Tiptop, I will accompany you with pleasure." Good News. A vessel at sea put oii all speed to escape a colossal waterspout, which came roaring along and threatened fo engulf it. The waterspout eventually passed close to the vessel, which was lifted some yards on the vave which the waterspout sucked up as it p;used. Seven children three sons and font daughters of the abolitionist John Brown are now living. One of the sons, Salmon, is" a fanner; John is a fruit grower on Put-in-Bay island Lake Erie, and Jason is a lecturer. A careful examination of different samples of any one kind of chalk will generally show from 200 to 000 different species of shells, but by far the largest portion is composed of only some eight to ten species. Coffee pounded in a mortar and roast ed on an iron plate, sugar burned on hot coals, and vinegar boiled with myrrh and sprinkled on the floor and furniture of a sick room, are excellent deodorizers. Pcr-ons will find that they can write easily and legibly while traveling on a railroad train if they will use a pillow as a table to rest their paper on. , riftli Avenge Stse. it is just like Paris or lion'for:, you know," was the excited cumuieiit of a lady seated high up on the roof of a Fifth aveaue stage. And if it isnt "just like" this ride up from the Wash ington arch to Central park is a strong reminder of "London from the Knife board" and the pleasant hours to be spent en top of tile Parisian 'busses. In New York the possession of tho roof is most vigorously contested by ladies. It i3 the vantage cjund from which the visitor to the metropolis gets the best view of the storied wealth and grandeur of Fifth avenue. In the cool of the evening it is where tired shop girls and their ard-iit escorts, young couples arrayed in their best suits of clothes, take a happy evening out above the maddening crowd. Ten cents a pair goes immeasurably further on top of a Fifth avenue stage than twice the money in ice cream. The inside of the stage may be empt it usually is in fair weather as long as one vacant seat re mains on top. The seeker after fresh air and the sights of the streets declines to ride anywhere else but on the roof. If four times the number of coaches were" run the roof seats could eontain but a small proportion of those who de light to use them at certain hours of the day. If you desire to enjoy the finest street of residences in the world from the most advantageous point of view you must go down to Washington place and start with the stage. And right there is where you occasionally get the additional treat of a dozen half hysterical women and shouting j-oung girls scram bling up a steep, crooked, 8-inch stair way for the first time. From that time you will probably think the abolition of the old Broadway stage was a mistake, and that all they needed was a double row of roof seats to have converted them into a joy forever. New York Herald. A New Catarrh Remedy. Vaseline spray for catarrh and throat troubles is a new thing to most of the members of tho medical association. Dr. J. W. Moore, however, says that as long as twenty years ago Dr. Ilumbold, of St. Louis, discovered the merits of the treat ment. He has pursued itexer since. For thirty years Dr. Itumboldmadea special study of nose, throat and ear inflamma tions. His conclusions were that the usual remedies were too strong and caused too violent reactions. In experi menting with milder methods he finally took up vaseline and has used it to tho present time. With the other remedies water has been used for cleansing pur poses. "While water is the best thing for keeping the outer surface of the body clean," Dr. Moore says, "it is not the thing to apply to the mucous membrane of the nose. That membrane absorbs the water and puts the patient in condi tion to catch cold again. The way to clean the nose is to spray it with vase line. That not only cleans, but it leaves tho membrane protected and the danger of fresh cold is prevented. Of course the vaseline must be warmed sufficiently to melt. It is then applied by an atomizer, and that is the new treatment for nose and throat complaints. It seems mild and simple, and so it is, but it is taking the place of tho more radicrl treatment for catarrhal troubles." Washington Cor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Why Tie Kolted. At one of the clubs one evening Mr. Montagu Williams met Lord , who had just lost his father. The young lord was naturally melancholy, and the law yer proposed visiting a theater opposite, which proposition was accepted. There was a slight fire in the theater, where upon the young lord was among the first to bolt, "like a rabbit," out of the build ing. Returning leisurely to the club, Mr. Williams found there his young friend quietly smoking a cigar. "What on earth made you bolt that way? You seemed frightened out of yox?.r wits (not a difficult matter, perhaps). Don't you know that on such an occa sion if everybody got up and rushed out a panic would ensue, with very likely fatal consequences? Why on earth couldn't you sit still, as I did? There was nothing serious the matter." Upon this, with the most patronizing air, tbe young gentleman replied, "Oh, yes; that's very well for you, but you've not just succeeded to a peerage and 20,000 a year." San Francisco Argonaut. Slajnets in Window Casings. There is a decided novelty about the idea of appfying magnets to windows to prevent the rattling of the sashes, but this can now be done simply and effect ively. A bar magnet whose two poles project toward the face of the sash is inserted lengthwise in either side of the window. Fixed rigidly in the window frames are rods of iron, and the attrac tion between the magnets and the iron rods prevents the play which is usually the cause of rattling. The consequence is that the sash need no longer be made to fit so closely that dampness will cause it to swell and become difficult to open. The power exerted between the magnets and side rods is just enough to effect the desired object, while not enough to in terfere with the easy raising or lowering of the windows. New York Recorder. Four Easiest Species of Plants to Raise. Savs a florist: "Were I restricted in my gardening operations to the use of four srocies of plants, then, without hes itatidi, I should ehoo.-e hardy roses, lilies, rhododendrons and clematis. Lil ies I should give a second place in im portance, roses the first; but, if I consid er results in proportion to iabor and ex pense, then lilies should have the firs; place. And in every garden these four plants should predominate and should be relied upon for grand effects." Ex change. The Receipts. An officer gave a party. After the company had dispersed his man, a ra w youth fresh from the country, who had received sundry tips in the course of the evening, took the cash to his master, saying: "Hero, captain, is the money taken at the doorl" Schorer's Familienblatt A clear skin Eoiix, plxnptoe, blotch e om tb Kkfca eroptiom, etc., cridenc the fae thxX th blood it not in good coraflttwa, These gympton result from effort ef nature to throw off the impuritlea, In which she should assisted by Swift's Specific Tbia will remedy tho disturbance, ami bring speedy and permanent relief by forcing out the poison, and will build up tbe system frora tbe first dose. Book on Blood and .Slda Disease fra Swift .-pociibj Co., Atlanta, G TWELVEREASONS WHY Dr. Kind's Royal Germetuer Has Heeome the Most Popular and Reliable Household" Remedy. 1 Ft is the i-est Jlloo-1 l'uriiier. 2. It is the best Nerve Tunic and General In viirorator. 3. It is a positivecure for Stomach Troubles, such as In'lijrestion, Dyppoppvi, Sick Head ache, etc. 4. It cures Rowel Diseases in old or yoi.nr, whether of lenjr or short standing. "). For Catarrh and Rheumatism it is more nearly a Specific than any other remedy on the market. 6. For Female Listases it is all thatcv.nbe desired pleasant, safe and uniailinf. 7. For Ch'ldrcn it is tho jrrcat King- of all remedies. They all like it, and it builds them up faster than anything known. 8. It cannot be surpassed as a cure for dis eases of the Kidpeys and Bladder. 9. It is the great conqueror of Malaria. Cures promptly Swamp Fever, Chares Fever, Jaun dice and all Malarial Troubles. 10. For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Sorts, Sprains, Bites of Insects, etc.. it is a quick :md unfail ing remedy, used externally. There is nothing- better. 11. It will break any feer in less tirr.e than Quinine and Antipyrine, and leave none of their unpleasant and hurtful elfects, such as nausea, nervousness and prostration. 12. It is as pleasant to take as Lemonade, Harmless always, and CUKES WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS. These statements are sustained by the un answerable logic of FACTS. Gerraetuor pre sents an array of testimonials absolutely wit h out a parallel in the history of medicines, cither as to character or number. Price, $1.00 per Bottle ; Six Bottles for .3.(0. Sold by all reliable Druggists. King's Royal Germktuek Co., 11 N. Broad Street, Atlanta, Ga., Manufacturers. Notice of Dissolution ! The partnership heretofore existing between Wr. J. Wyatt and M. B. Wyatt. under the name and style of Wyatt Brothers, is this day by mutual consent dissolved. Either W.J. Wyatt or M. B. Wyatt is authorized to collect and re ceipt tor accounts due the old tirrn. Parties due the old tirm are hereby notified to settle their accounts. W. J. W VATT, This August 1, 1891. M. B. W YA'l T. To t!ie Public. I will continue the grocery and feed busi ness at the old store of Wyatt Brothers, and ask a continuation of your liberal pat to nacre. August 1, 1391. M. B. WYATTI To the Public. T desire through this medium to return ray thanks to the public for their liberal patron age of the tirm of Wyatt Brothers, and ask for our successor, Mr. W B. Wyatt. the same lib eral patronage. In the future I will give my time and attention to the settling up the busi ness of Wyatt Brothers, to my dairy and truck farm and to the supply of the public with necessaries from my farms. August 1, 1SH1. W. J. WYATT. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOUT NOTICE, An i.l as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles and Lath. Come and ee us. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's baiber shop, Main street. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Durham, N. C. PILES.,'" KUIYS PILE SUPPOSITORY sovereign remedy for Piles (Bleeding, Itching.Blind, Inward. etc.)whethei- of recent or long standing. It gives instant re lief, and effects a radical and permanent cure. No surgical oyeration required. Try it and re lieve your sufferings. Send for circular and free sample by mail. Only 50 cents a box. For sale bv Druggists, or sent bv mail on re ceipt of price. MAKTiN KCDY. Lancaster, Pa., U. S. A. Sufferers of Youthful Errors, LOST MANHOOD, Citn ?ecure a home treatise free, by addressing a fellow-sufferer. C W LEEK, P. O. Box 316. 'Roanoke. V. POOL & PUGH, Contractors and Builders, ;UU ! I A3I, '. c. AH Work Guaranteed ami Prices Verv Low. Y)11' J' J' TIIAXTON. With fifty years experience as a General Practitioner, tenders his st vices to the citi zens of Durham. His specialties: Mucous Membranes, Glands and Nerves i females in particular). Indigestion, Bronchitis, Scrofula. Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern don's. Oiik-e over Jones Jewelry Store. OJhcc hours, 9 o'clock a. m., to 12 m.. and from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m PAINTING AND DECORATING. Parties wanting Painting and Decor.itine lone will do well to se lA I ng. who will guarantee all Lis work. Decorate with Paper and Paint. Furnishes all kinds Ia-r Hang ings. Get information Irom Cheek Furniture Company TOBACCO FLUBS Thermometers. We are Headquarters for tlie Above. Furniture Headquarters ! CORCORAN STREET, NEAR HOTEL CLAIB0RN. Wo have the Largest, Handsomest ai.d Cheapest Stock of Furniture in Central North Carolina. We challenge the slate on prices. Seeing is Ikiievinir. OUR MOTTO IS SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK SALES. TlfK LATF.ST STYLES .OF Olia.siilbei fUiil Parlor fciiits DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. SOI.i: AC3KNTS FO I i Heywood's Celebrated The Leading UNDERTAKERS in the City. A Full Line of Hurial Paraphernalia. Call on us for what you want and we will save you money. Don't forget - the place Corcoran Street, Near Ilotel Claiborn. THE DURHAM FURNITURE CO. First National (Parrish Building, Mangum St.) Capital Stock, Stockholders' Liability, Depositors' Security, J. S. CARR, - President. W. V. FULLER, Vice-Pres't. ZDHEeiE W. 1 1. COOPER, D. C. PARKS, C. H. LRYAN, J. S. CARR, W.W. FULLER, J.W.SMITH, Banking in All Its Branches. OUR FACILITIES FOR MAKING COLLECTIONS ON ALL POINTS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY ARE OF TZ223 BEST. -AJLl Ketums "7"ill Be IEsa,d.e rcm.ptl3T. Persons Depositing Moneys and receiving Certificate.-! of Deposit therefor running 0 or l'J months will receive interest thereon at the rate of I per cent. Established 1817.1 MANUFACTURERS OF AND WIJOI.F.SAI.K I1FALKK8 IN All Kinds of Material and Tools - FOK - MACHINISTS, PLUHBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, CONTJtACTOKS FOK Heating by Steam or Hoi Water. MANUrACTUI;i;RS OF All the Most fjlodern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. S. W. HOLM AN, Manager, Where a full Stock of ail euch Goods will be kept constantly on hand and for mlc at lowest Richmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE! Fill -raising, C3-2U3 and. Steazrs. IFittizigv Backed pre 1 by the lonz and extensive experience of the above named pentlemcn, I am .pared to contract for all kinds of Plumbing, Ga and Steam Fitting, and to execute the fame with the Mechanics from their establishment. , Give us a call. f S. W. HOLM AN, Manager, Main Streef, Durham, N. C. -O Thermometers. O- -o -o- CO. m o. $150,000 150,000 $300,000 LEO. D. HEARTT, Cashier CHAS. A. JORDAN, Teller. CTOES : j J. W. W A LK ER j J.T. MALLORY, ' A. 11. STOKES, JAS. A.IJRYAN assistance of the mast skilled Bank of Durham,